We’re excited to announce that we have developed the first Bike Share Bag designed exclusively for the bike share bikes used in a Chicago, New York and San Francisco and other cities. The bag will launch this summer; see sneak peek photos and videos below. Join the waiting list to be the first to hear about its release!
Two easy steps to enter the contest: 1) Follow Po Campo on Pinterest; 2) Like your favorite bag on our Spring 2014 Bags board. We’ll give away the most loved bag to one lucky admirer. Contest ends March 10th.
Dear customers, we are happy to announce that we now offer you Po Campo Rewards! It’s our loyalty program that awards you points every time you purchase something. You can cash these points in for discount coupon codes to be used against future purchases. Read our Po Campo Rewards FAQ for more info!
How timely that the launch of our new Bike Ride print is timed with the Winter Olympics in Sochi since the pattern was inspired by Russian Constructivism. What is that, you ask? Keep reading! Read More →
Another new year, another promise to take care of ourselves better. Po Campo has partnered with EveryMove to offer discounts for when you reach your fitness goals. Just download the EveryMove app to get started. It also connects to fitness devices like FitBit or apps like My Fitness Pal so you don’t have to double enter your data. Wondering if these devices/apps really help? Keep reading for a recap of my own personal journey.
We’re excited to announce a partnership with EveryMove, where you turn your workouts into rewards! Regardless of the kind of activity you prefer or the fitness tracker you use (if any at all), you earn points that can be used to redeem cool products or services, including Po Campo bags and gift cards! See what we’re offering after the jump.
Helmets and hats can be a highlight of winter style, but sadly, bundling up in a cap under a helmet frequently leaves our hair static-y, flat, and utterly mussed-up. As a result, we tend to skimp on the styling (why put in the effort when our coiffs are going to get ruined, anyway?), which leaves us looking schlump-y on the street — and downright disheveled once we get inside.